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International Peace and Security in Latin America - Event Series

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Two hundred years after Latin American countries gained their independence, the challenges of peace and security in Latin America are matters of deep concern requiring urgent attention and study.The Latin America International Affairs Programme with the help of the LSE Alumni Annual Fund is hosting an events series on International Peace and Security in Latin America (IPSLA). The series will examine the prospects for international peace and security in Latin America as the region embarks on its third century of independence and how the international community might engage more meaningfully with Latin America on issues such as disarmament, migration, economic development, the transnational drug trade and regional integration.

Events

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Britain's re-engagement with Latin America

26 May 2011, 5-6pm, COL.B212|, LSE
Speaker: Mr Angus Lapsley (Director of the Americas, Foreign and Commonwealth Office) Chair: Prof. George Philip

 
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A Lecture by Álvaro García Linera, Vice President of Bolivia|

11 November 2010,6.30-8pm, Old Theatre
Speaker: Álvaro García Linera

 

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Conflict and Conflict Resolution in Latin America Today|

6 December 2010, 6.30pm, COL.B212|
Speakers: Dr Juliana Bertazzo, Dr Jennifer Schirmer, Dr Julia Schünemann; Chair: Dr Tanya Harmer

 
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Cold War "battles" at a community level. Peace Corps Volunteers in Chile 1961-1973|

12 January 2011, 6.30pm, COL.B212|
Speaker: Dr Fernando Purcell; Chair: Dr Tanya Harmer

 
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International Politics and Security in Latin America: An English School Perspective|

27 January 2011, 5.00pm, COL.B212|
Speaker: Dr Federico Merke; Chair: Dr Tanya Harmer

 
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The United States, the Cold War, and Military Dictatorships in the Southern Cone|

27 January, 2011, 6.30pm NAB.204|
Speaker: Prof. Stephen G. Rabe

 
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The International Insertion of Uruguay in the world|

22 March 2011, 5-6pm,  NAB. LG01|,
Speaker: Luis Almagro (Uruguayan Foreign Minister)

 
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Mexico Today: Economic Prospects and Public Security|

21-24 March , LSE
Speakers include: Ernesto Cordero, Alejandro Poiré, Sergio Montaño 

 
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